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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Review

airman    -   April 12, 2011
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Testing:

To test the Cooler Master Scout Enforcer, temperatures will be recorded for the CPU, GPU, chipset, hard drives, and the overall system temperature during load and idle phases. Load will be simulated by Prime95 small FFTs and HD Tune for one hour, with maximum temperatures recorded by RealTemp. The GPU load will be the maximum value recorded by Catalyst Control Center after five loops of 3DMark06’s Canyon Flight test. For the idle temperature readings, I allowed each setup to remain idle of for one hour. Each case is tested as is from the factory, including the fan configuration. The fan configuration for the Storm series Scout Enforcer is left in its default configuration of a front 200mm intake, and one 120mm rear exhaust.

Testing Setup:

Comparison Cases:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The HDD test results produced by the Storm Enforcer were the lowest out of the comparison cases. The cool air entering the front and blowing over the hard drive through the open cage does a good job at removing the heat from the hard drive. The rest of the results fell, for the most part, right in the middle of the ranges.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Closer Look (Working Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing & Setup
  6. Conclusion
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